Americans. It’ll put Americans through the five stages of grief. That’s just punishment for their crimes against the English language.
The British Commonwealth calls the unit of length “nanometre,” instead, and uses the “-meter” suffix for devices, like “speedometer.”
Emailing enumerable usernames and the plaintext default weak password for a bunch of new users at once by putting all of users in the “To” field sounds like something that should be punishable by death, but surprisingly isn’t. 😒
You can get rid of your piece of shit CEO who just fired 1,400 people for rejecting his offer of a 3¢ raise while he continues to make $11 million per year.
I'm boycotting this company until Kellogg's makes this right and anybody else reading this, I hope you'll do the same.
Since I don’t drink…
Prospective Employer: I’m gonna need to see some age verification.
Me: Red Hat Linux 8 is my first Linux.
PE: Sorry, you’re too young…
Me: Read that again.
PE: Enjoy your offer letter.
Coding is more about communicating than computing.
New data: the best predictor of how quickly people learned to code wasn't math or cognitive ability, but language aptitude.
Math skill was almost irrelevant. Coding is mastering a language, not numbers.
The penguin army, marching in on the Desktop Wastelands from the Server Clouds, Supercomputer Mountains, IoT Hills, and Android Continent, to capture the last holdout against the Imperial might of the Empire of Linux.
The only command you need to know as a “regular” Linux user is `tmate`, so you can summon help from someone who knows these fifty commands and beyond, instead of wheeling your PC to the nearest computer guy’s shop to install Chrome.
And setup.exe requires e.g. version.dll to run. Where will it find it? Since it's not a "Known DLL", it will look in the directory of the executable before system32/. So, it would run the evil version.dll you had lying in your Download folder.
Also: clear Download regularly :)
I want the confidence with which PostgreSQL places `createuser`, `dropuser`, etc. binaries on my $PATH, because of course it’ll be the only DB I can ever think of using, and it’s not like UNIX has any other kind of user. /s